Wellington K.

Hsu, MD
676 N. St. Clair St., Ste 1350 • Chicago, IL 60611

IDENTIFYING DATA 1. Date of birth: 2. Ethnicity: 3. Citizenship Status: 4. Illinois Medical Licensure: 5. Marital Status: EDUCATION 1993 – 1997 University of Wisconsin-Madison BS, Music Performance – Violin Phi Beta Kappa – Class of ‘96 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Doctor of Medicine Alpha Omega Alpha – Class of ‘01 January 2, 1975 Asian-American United States 036058387 Married, two children

1997 – 2001

POST-DOCTORAL AND RESIDENCY TRAINING 2001 – 2007 University of California – Los Angeles Department of Orthopaedic Surgery General Surgery Internship Orthopaedic Surgery Residency University of California – Los Angeles Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Post-Doctoral Basic Science Fellowship University of Wisconsin – Madison Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Spine Surgery Fellowship

2003 – 2004

2007 – 2008

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2008 – present Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Assistant Professor Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Department of Neurological Surgery

BOARD CERTIFICATION 2010 American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

GA American Orthopaedic Association Resident Leadership Forum Scholar American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Resident Liaison Representative Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 2010 2009 2007 2007 2006. CA Western Orthopaedic Association Vernon Thompson Award for Best Scientific Paper Annual Meeting San Diego. NC Best Paper North American Spine Society Annual Meeting Orlando. MD HONORS/AWARDS 2010 Outstanding paper – nomination Cervical Spine Research Society Annual Meeting Charlotte. 2007 2006 2006 2005 2004-05 2001 . California American Academy of Pediatrics Research Presentation Award Annual Meeting Atlanta. Hsu. Westin Lectureship Shriners Hospital for Children Los Angeles.North American Traveling Fellow Best Scientific Paper Award Wilber A. CA William Longmire Surgical Society Research Award UCLA Department of Surgery California Orthopaedic Association Orthopaedic Hospital Research Award Annual Meeting Carlsbad.Wellington K. FL American Orthopaedic Association .

2011 Jan 25 [Epub] .000 Pioneer Surgical Technologies.000 University of Wisconsin Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation 2007-present Principal Investigator: The safety and efficacy of recombinant bone morphogenetic protein in heart transplanted rats $179.000 Baxter/Northwestern Alliance. Gryzlo SM. Hsu WK. Instructional Course Lectures 61: Advanced Techniques in Cervical Spine Surgery.Wellington K. Savage JW.000 Orthopaedic Research Education Foundation: Young Investigator Award 2011-present Principal Investigator: Characterization of the inhibitory effects of dioxin on bone healing PUBLICATIONS Peer-reviewed Manuscripts 1. J Bone Joint Surg Am. Micev AJ. Inc. MD HONORS (cont. Roc GC.000 Northwestern Dixon Translational Grant: Innovation Award 2009-present Principal Investigator: A regenerative cell-based tissue engineering strategy for spinal fusion $50.000 Medtronic. Inc. The Professional Athlete Spine Initiative (PASI): Outcomes after Lumbar Disc Herniations in 342 Elite Professional Athletes. 2009-present Principal Investigator: The efficacy of TrioMatrix as a bone graft substitute in a posterolateral intertransverse spinal fusion model in athymic rats $90. The Spine Journal. Hsu WK. Terry MA. Hsu. 2011 May (accepted) 2. Schafer MF. 2009-present Principal Investigator: Evaluation of spinal fusion capacity by a biodegradable nanogel $50. 2009-present Principal Investigator: The characterization of the inflammatory host response to recombinant bone morphogenetic protein in a posterolateral rat spine fusion model $106.) 2000 Class President Vanderbilt University School of Medicine RESEARCH SUPPORT $22. McCarthy KJ. Roberts DW.

Osteoblastic. An Update on the Management and Treatment of Odontoid Fractures. Savage JW. Hsu. Hsu WK. 20:350-354 7. Tow BP. 2010 Aug 13 [Epub ahead of print] 9. Hsu WK. Wang JC. The Characterization of Osteolytic. Outcomes Following Nonoperative and Operative Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniations in National Football League Athletes. Hsu WK. 2010 Sep. Vol. 2010 Sep. Brophy RH. Cornell CN. Wang JC. Marshall AD. Weistroffer JA.25(2):84-87 10. Disc Regeneration – A Glimpse of the Future. Spine. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2010 Oct.35(12):1247-51 12. Liu NQ.8(3):419-25 14. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Lieberman JR. Hsu WK. Watson JT. Histopathologic Inflammatory Response Induced by Recombinant Bone Morphogenetic Protein – 2 Characterized by Histopathology and Magnetic Resonance Imaging. and Mixed Lesions in a Prostate Cancer Mouse Model with the Use of 18F-FDG and 18F-fluoride PET-CT Scans. 10(8):e1-e6 8. J Bone Joint Surg Am. Chatziioannou AF. 2010 July. 49(3): 414-21 15. AAOS Technology Overview: Bone Void Fillers.Wellington K. Muchow RD. MD Peer-reviewed Manuscripts (cont. 2010 Sep. Hsu WK. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. Spine. Della Rocca GJ. Anderson PA. . Hsu WK. Hsu WK. The Spine Journal. The Spine Journal. Virk MS. 18 (9) 6. Am J Sports Med. Return-to-play rates in National Football League Lineman Following Lumbar Discectomy. Techniques in Orthopedics. Report from the 2009 John J. Stout DB. 2011 Jan 20 [Epub ahead of print] 4.18(7):383-394 11. Hsu WK. 54:122-8. Krenek L. 2010 May 20. 2007. Clinical Neurosurgery. Anderson PA. Wies JL. MD. Anderson S. 2008 Mar. Hsu WK. 2008 May. Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Kirkpatrick JS. Bicknell RT. Turkelson CM. Fahey. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Feeley BT. Performance-based Outcomes Following Lumbar Discectomy in Professional Athletes in the National Football League. Hsu WK. Statistical Performance in National Football League Athletes Following Lumbar Discectomy. 2010 June. 2008 May-Jun. Wang JC. Stem Cells from Human Fat as Cellular Delivery Vehicles in a Rat Posterolateral Spine Fusion Model. Hsu WK.92:e18(1-5) 5. Hoang BH. The Rationale of Cervical Disc Arthroplasty.) 3. Hsu WK. Watters WC. Lieberman JR. Hsu WK. The Contemporary Use of Bone Morphogenetic Protein in Spine Fusion. Memorial AOA – North American Traveling Fellowship.90(5):1043-52 13.

Wang JC. Thromboprophylaxis after Hip Fractures: Hip Fractures in the Elderly. Sept/Oct 2007. Chatziioannou AF. Biologic Substitutes in Spinal Arthrodesis. 2007 Aug. Lentiviral-mediated BMP-2 Gene Transfer Enhances Healing of Segmental Femoral Defects in Rats. MD Peer-reviewed Manuscripts (cont) 16. Huard J. 34(8):1291-301 19. Hsu WK and Sugiyama OS. Bhatia NN. pp. Schwarz E.87(9):2097-112 25. Otsuka NY. 2005 Dec. 6:(3):174-82 21. Jun 2004 28. Resident Work Hour Limitations: A Resident’s Perspective.27(3):329-32 20. Seminars in Spine Surgery. Demineralized Bone Matrix in Spinal Arthrodesis. Feeley BT. 19(3):171-180. Liu NQ. Lieberman JR. Robbins P.Wellington K. Ghiselli G. 2006 Feb. Hsu WK . Coluna Columa. An DS. Stout DB. Feeley BF. G. Raskin A. Influence of bone morphogenetic proteins on the formation of osteoblastic lesions in metastatic prostate cancer.28(12):1275-80 . Hsu WK. Hsu WK. 40(4):931-8 18. Lieberman JR.18:22-25 22. Hsu WK. Sep 2004. Feeley BT. 2004 Jul.38(2):154-66 23. Hsu WK. Gamradt SC. Bone. Huard J. Hsu WK. Krenek L. 26. Adjacent segment degeneration in the lumbar spine: an analysis of 215 patients. The Use of 18FFluoride and 18F-FDG PET Scans to Assess Fracture Healing in a Rat Femur Model. Wang JC. Hsu WK. 2006 April. Krenek L. Chen IS. Wound Complications from Idiopathic Clubfoot Surgery: A Comparison of the Modified Turco and the Cincinnati Treatment Methods. Bone graft substitutes: the use of genetically engineered bone morphogenetic proteins for spinal fusion. Ghiselli. Feeley BT. J Bone Joint Surg Am. Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics. Bone. 2007 Apr. European Journal of Nuclear Imaging and Molecular Medicine. Liu NQ. Wang JC. Wang JC. Gamradt SC. Dawson EG. 2003 Jun 15. Hsu WK. Hsu WK. 20-23 17. Wang JC. 2005 Sep. Park SH. Bhatia NN. L5-S1 segment survivorship and clinical outcome analysis after L4-L5 isolated fusion. Feeley BT. Hsu WK. Journal of Bone and Mineral Research. SpineLine. Prevention of Venous Thromboembolic Disease After Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty. Hsu WK. Liu NQ. Current Opinions in Orthopedics. Lieberman JR. Techniques in Orthopedics. 2007 September. Overexpression of noggin inhibits BMP-mediated growth of osteolytic prostate cancer lesions. 20(12): 2189-99 24. Krenek L. Conduah A. Hsu. Lieberman JR.86-A(7):1497-503 27. Hsu WK. Krenek L. 2007 Apr-May. Spine. J Bone Joint Surg Am. Lieberman JR. Lieberman JR. Dawson EG.

The Cervical Spine. Edited by Phillips F. Spinal Biologics. 2011 (in press) 4. The Use of Bone Morphogenetic Protein in the Anterior Cervical Spine. Anderson PA. Anderson PA. New York: Thieme Publishers. The Lumbar Intervertebral Disc. Rosenberg AG. Hsu WK. Hsu WK. Biologics for Spinal Fusion. 2007. Philadelphia: Quality Medical Publishing. 329-342 Published Abstracts (selected) 1. Edited by Benzel E. Hsu WK. Lenke L. Edited by Resnick D. Edited by Wang JC. Orthopaedic Research Society. IL: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 141-146 9. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Williams-Wilkins. Lumbar Degenerative Disorders. CA . Hsu WK. Hsu WK. Lumbosacral and Pelvic Procedures. Edited by Benzel E. 2008. A Nanofiber Scaffold as a More Efficacious and Less Inflammatory Alternative to Bone Morphogenetic Protein in a Well-established Rodent Arthrodesis Model. JR. Wang JC. Lieberman. Rubash HE. Haid R. pp. Edited by Bridwell K. Rosemont. Hsu. pp. Wang JC. The Adult Hip. Kim SD: Quality medical Publishing. Hsu WK. Bone Graft Substitutes. Edited by Kim DH. 263-271 8. Weistroffer J. MD Textbook Chapters 1. Orthopaedic Knowledge Update 10. 2011 annual meeting. 2010 (in press) 3.. Earhart J. Hsu WK. IL: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 5th Edition. 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Williams-Wilkins. Rosemont. 2010 (in press) 5. 2009 (in press) 7. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Williams-Wilkins. Operative Spine Surgery. Philadelphia: LippincottWilliams-Wilkins. Wang JC. Gene Therapy and Tissue Engineering for Spinal Fusion. Spinal Infections. Surgical Management of Low Back Pain. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Williams-Wilkins. 2011 (in press) 6. Inc. Whang PG. Murray MR. Cervical Disc Arthroplasty. 2nd edition. 2008 10. Spinal Deformity: A Guide to Surgical Planning and Management. Vaccaro AR. Artificial Disc Surgery of the Cervical Spine: Material and Design Characteristics.Wellington K. Lauryssen C. 2009 pp. Haid R. Hsu WK. Pars Repair. 5th Edition. The Cervical Spine. Edited by Flynn J. Edited by Callaghan JC. Kim SH. Long Beach. Advanced Reconstruction of the Spine. 2011 (in press) 2. Hsu WK. Vol 1. Edited by Mummaneni P. Wang JC. Hsu WK.

Salt Lake City. Adipose-Derived-Stem Cells as Cellular Delivery Vehicles in a Rodent Spine Fusion Model. Cervical Spine Research Society. 2011 annual meeting. Long Beach.Wellington K. A Nanocrystalline Composite Therapy as a Bone Graft Substitute in Spine Fusion. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. The Safety and Efficacy of Grafton Demineralized Bone Matrix in the Augmentation of Posterolateral Spine Fusion in an Organ Transplantation Rat Model. 10/10 6. FL. IL. IL. 4/10 7. 2008 annual meeting. LA. UT. North American Spine Society. Chicago. 12/10 4. 2010 annual meeting. 2010 annual meeting. Orlando. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. North American Spine Society. CA 10/09 12. CA 10/09 13. 2009 annual meeting. Orlando. NC. 2010 annual meeting. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 10/10 5. National Football League Linemen with Disc Herniations have Superior Outcomes with Discectomy. Comparison of Performance-based Outcomes Following Nonoperative and Operative Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniations in National Football League Athletes . 2010 annual meeting. New Orleans. Lumbar Spine Research Society. The Professional Athlete’s Spine Initiative (PASI): Outcomes after Lumbar Disc Herniation in 349 Elite Professional Athletes. 12/09 11. North American Spine Society. 2010 annual meeting. CA 3. Cervical Spine Research Society. San Francisco. Performance-based Outcomes Following Lumbar Discectomy in elite National Football League Athletes. MD Published Abstracts (cont) 2. A Nanocomposite Therapy Leads to Robust Spinal Fusion in a Posterolateral Rodent Arthrodesis Model. 2009 annual meeting. New Orleans. Chicago. San Francisco. LA. North American Spine Society. Chicago. Charlotte. Lumbar Spine Research Society. Hsu. Lumbar Spine Research Society. CA. Orthopaedic Research Society. 4/10 8. Outcomes Following Nonoperative and Operative Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniations in NFL Players. 3/08 . FL. The Characterization of the Host Response to Bone Morphogenetic Protein – 2 during Early Bone Healing. IL 4/09 14. An Animal Model that Characterizes the Host Response to Bone Morphogenetic Protein during Early Bone Healing. 3/10 10. Performance-based Outcomes Following Lumbar Discectomy in Professional Athletes in the National Football League. 3/10 9. 2010 annual meeting. 2010 annual meeting. 2009 annual meeting. San Francisco. The Professional Athlete’s Spine Initiative (PASI): Performance-based Outcomes after Spine Injuries in Elite Professional Athletes. 2009 annual meeting.

Stem Cells from Human Fat as Target Cells in Gene Transfer and Cell-based Therapies in a Rat Posterolateral Spine Fusion Model. Waikolola Village. 10/04 . Orthopaedic Research Society 2005 annual meeting. Washington D. Austin. TX. HI. 11/06 18.C. Hsu. Orthopaedic Research Society 2005 annual meeting. 7/05 22. San Diego. and Mixed Lesions in a Prostate Cancer Model. The Use of 18F-Fluoride PET Scans in Aiding the Early Diagnosis of a Nonunion in a Rat Femoral Fracture Model. the Cincinnati Treatment Methods. Stem Cells from Human Fat as Target Cells in Spinal Fusion. The Use of 18F-FDG and 18F-fluoride PET/CT Scans to Longitudinally Assess Biologic Behavior of Metastatic Osteolytic... Wound Complications from Clubfoot Surgery: A Comparison of the Modified Turco vs. 18F-Fluoride PET Scans as Novel Way to Identify a Fracture Nonunion in a Rat Model. HI. FL. Noggin Expression Inhibits BMP-2 and Leads to the Reduction of Osteoblastic Lesion Sizes in Prostate Cancer. The Characterization of Osteolytic and Osteoblastic Lesions in a Prostate Cancer Mouse Model with the Use of 18F-FDG and 18F-Fluoride PET/CT Scans. Washington D. 2006 Annual Meeting. Osteoblastic. Chicago. MD Published Abstracts (cont) 15. Washington D. Orthopaedic Research Society 2005 annual meeting. 2004 annual meeting. TN. Orthopaedic Research Society 2005 annual meeting. CA. CA. 2005 annual meeting. Fusion rates following anterior cervical fusion with and without steroids. North American Spine Society. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America. Western Orthopaedic Association. 10/04 28.. 3/07 17. Western Orthopaedic Association. 2004 annual meeting. 5/06 19. Nashville. 2005 annual meeting. Orthopaedic Research Society 2005 annual meeting. In Vivo Imaging of Lentiviral-mediated BMP-2 Delivery in a SCID Mouse Model.. 2/05 25.C.C. Waikolola Village. Chicago. 2/05 24.C. 2/05 26. 2/05 23. Cervical Spine Research Society. 10/05 20.C. American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. Lentiviral-mediated BMP-2 Gene Transfer Enhances Healing of Segmental Femoral Defects in Rats. 2007 annual meeting. The Use of BMP-2-producing Stem Cells from Human Fat in a Rat Posterolateral Spine Fusion Model. Washington D.Wellington K. 2005 annual meeting. San Diego. Lumbar Pseudarthrosis Model in Athymic Rats. IL. North American Spine Society.. 2007 Annual Meeting. 7/05 21. Gene Therapy Utilizing Stem Cells from Human Fat in a Rat Posterolateral Spine Fusion Model. Orthopaedic Research Society. North American Spine Society. IL. 2/05 27. 10/07 16. Palm Beach. Washington D.

Detroit. IL 9/10 Surgical Approach to Cervical Spine Disorders. Henry Ford Medical Center Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. IL 8/10 . 2/11 Management of Dysphagia. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. San Diego. Multidisciplinary Spine Conference. 6/01 INVITED LECTURESHIPS Degenerative Spinal Conditions in the High-Performance Athlete. 3/03 32. Federation of Spine Associations Specialty Day. San Diego. CA. 10/03 31. Lentiviral-mediated BMP-2 Gene Transfer Enhances Healing of Segmental Femoral Defects in Rats. Proximal segment degeneration following posterior lumbosacral fusions (L4-S1. MI 3/11 Biology of Bone Graft Extenders and Replacements. Park City. 11/01 33. WA. Seattle. UT. San Diego. Comprehensive Management of Cervical Spine Disorders Course. WA. Park City. 2003 annual meeting. 7th Annual Evidence and Technology Spine Summit. Seattle. Grand Rounds. Orlando. 10/10 The Professional Athlete Spine Initiative (PASI): Outcomes after Sports-related Spine Injuries. Kiawah. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine. Elective Discectomy for Central Lumbar Disc Herniations. UT. 2001 annual meeting. 2010 Annual Meeting. L5-S1). Resources for Medical Education and Collaboration. Hsu. 2004 annual meeting. North American Spine Society. Chicago. 7th Annual Evidence and Technology Spine Summit. North American Spine Society. Long term follow-up of 217 patients. CA 2/11 Platelet-rich Plasma for the Augmentation of Soft Tissue and Bone. Edinburgh. 10/04 30. 2003 annual meeting. North American Spine Society. Chicago. MD Published Abstracts (cont) 29. FL. Section on Biologics. Scotland. SC. American Society of Bone and Mineral Research. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Society. American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.Wellington K. Resources for Medical Education and Collaboration. CA 2/11 Synthetics/Ceramics/Osteoconductive Products – Evidence and Differences. PRP Forum. 2001 annual meeting. 2/11 Stem Cell Enhanced Allografts. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Elective Bilateral Discectomy for Central Lumbar Herniated Discs: An Outcomes Study. Adjacent segment degeneration after posterior spinal fusion.

Grand Rounds – AOA-North American Traveling Fellowship tour. New Orleans. ON. Newport Beach. Hsu. OH 10/09 An Update on Spine Trauma. The Mayo clinic. Grand Rounds – AOA-North American Traveling Fellowship tour. Annual Meeting. 6/09 . London. Chicago. Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. San Francisco. Mary’s Nazareth Medical Center. CA. CA 11/09 Nanotechnology in Bone Healing. American College of Spine Surgery. University of Michigan. Grand Rounds. Vanderbilt University. Grand Rounds – AOANorth American Traveling Fellowship tour. Grand Rounds. IL 8/09 Low Back Pain – A Surgeon’s Perspective. The Cleveland Clinic. Chicago. MN 10/09 PASI: The Professional Athlete’s Spine Database – Outcomes after Lumbar Discectomy in the Professional Athlete. Grand Rounds. 6/09 Prediction and Management of C5 Nerve Root Palsy. Annual Meeting. MI 10/09 Comparison of Performance-based Outcomes Following Nonoperative and Operative Treatment for Cervical Disc Herniations in National Football League Athletes. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Chicago. Grand Rounds. CA.Wellington K. University of Western Ontario. Chicago. Section on Spine Biologics & Research. LA 3/10 Cervical Total Disc Arthroplasty. Instructional Course Lecture. North American Spine Society. Grand Rounds – AOA-North American Traveling Fellowship tour. IL 8/09 Degenerative Conditions of the Cervical Spine. Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Grand Rounds. Grand Rounds – AOA-North American Traveling Fellowship tour Cleveland. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. IL 2/10 What’s New with the rhBMPs – Clinical Studies. Canada 11/09 Cell-based Therapies for Bone Healing and Repair. 7/09 The Biology of Bone Morphogenetic Protein. MD INVITED LECTURESHIPS (cont) Advanced Techniques in Cervical Spine Surgery – Posterior Decompression and Fusion. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Nashville. Department of Internal Medicine. Newport Beach. Rochester. Department of Internal Medicine. Ann Arbor. IL 9/09 Regenerative Technologies for Bone Healing and Repair: What does the Future Hold? Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. American College of Spine Surgery. Department of Neuroradiology. TN 10/09 The Evidence-based Approach for Bone Morphogenetic Protein in Spine Fusion. St.

Department of Continuing Medical Education. Baylor College of Medicine Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. 5/08 Bone Graft Substitutes in Orthopaedic Surgery: Over the Horizon.Wellington K. University of Chicago School of Medicine. Grand Rounds. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. WI. Spine Biologics and Research Section Meeting Scientific Program Committee Spine Biologics and Research Section 2010-present 2010-present 2009 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-10 . CA. Chicago. Illinois Nursing Association Annual Meeting. Department of Rheumatology. University of Wisconsin. 3/06 COMMITTEES/LEADERSHIP POSITIONS American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Communications Cabinet liaison Council on Research. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation. UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. MD INVITED LECTURESHIPS (cont) An Evidence-based Approach to use Recombinant Bone Morphogenetic Protein in Spinal Fusion. 2/09 Current Concepts in the Treatment of Cervical Myelopathy. Hsu. and Technology liaison AAOS Now Editorial Board member Technology Overview on Bone Void Fillers Task Force Committee North American Spine Society (NASS) Co-Chairman. Madison. Grand Rounds. Chicago. Grand Rounds. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine – 45th Annual Year in Internal Medicine Conference. Los Angeles. North American Spine Society Annual Meeting Pre-meeting Course “Spine Biologics and Research”. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. 5/09. Grand Rounds. IL Spine Anatomy. CA. IL 5/09 The Spine Trauma Experience at a Level I Academic Center. TX. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Houston. Grand Rounds. 5/07 Recent Developments in Molecular Imaging in the Assessment of Bone Formation. 10/08 Ankylosing Spondylitis – Treatment Advances and Trends. Quality. Academic Lecture Series. 2008 annual meeting. Toronto. Assessment. 1/09 Biology of Bone Healing and Grafting Principles. Moraine Valley College. 5/09 Cervical Myelopathy.

Wellington K. Spine Fellowship Chairman.) Course Chairman “Evidence-based Spine Surgery: The Best Studies of 2008-09” “Evidence-based Spine Surgery: The Best Studies of 2009-10” Resources for Medical Education and Collaboration Osteobiologics Registry Advisory Board The Northwestern University Multidisciplinary Spinal Disorders Group Lecture Series Director Northwestern Memorial Hospital Chairman. Hsu. Scientific Research Committee Residency Admissions Committee EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES Consultant Reviewer Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2011-present 2009-present 2009-present 2011-present 2011-present 2010-present 2008-present 2011-present 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present . Inc. MD COMMITTEES/LEADERSHIP POSITIONS (cont) Lumbar Spine Research Society (LSRS) Planning Committee Membership Committee Spine Arthroplasty Society (SAS) Scientific Program Committee The Regional Educational Series (Stryker. Osteobiologics Committee Executive Medical Technology and Device Committee OCP/Musculoskeletal Institute Physician Committee Northwestern University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Director.

Henry Ford Medical Center Marco Mendoza. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine David Nelson.D. M.Wellington K.D. MD EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES (cont) Tissue Engineering The Anatomical Record American Journal of Sports Medicine Case Reports in Medicine Journal of Rheumatology Journal of Nuclear Medicine Editorial Board Journal of Spinal Disorders and Techniques LABORATORY TRAINEES Zachary Glicksman. M. M.D.D. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Rehan Riaz. M. M. M.D. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Mahesh Polavarapu.D. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Gilbert Roc. M.D.D. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine 2008 2008 - 2009-10 2009-10 2010 2010 2009-10 2010 - . M. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Kaveesh Maharaj. Hsu. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Jason Ghodasra.

orthosupersite. M.aspx?rid=62037 “Operative Treatment Allowed for Professional Athletes with Lumbar Disc Herniation Better Return to Play. Hsu.asp?rID=26796 “Combined with BMP. Study Finds” http://www. Study Finds” http://www.org/news/aaosnow/nov10/clinical2.orthosupersite.com/view.asp “Lumbar and Cervical Disk Herniations in NFL Players: Return to Action” http://www.com/MeetingCoverage/AAOS/19020 “Getting Professional Athletes Back in the Game” http://aaos-annualmeeting-presskit.Wellington K. 2010 - ELECTRONIC AND OTHER MEDIA “Rate of Spine Surgery Soars” http://online.orthosupersite.com/article/SB10001424052748704629004576136682824401852.org/2010/speakers/Hsu.aspx?rid=66722 “High-level Athletes can Return to Play after Cervical Disc Herniation. MD CLINICAL FELLOW TRAINEES Andrew Sung Lee.wsj.html “Fat-derived Stem Cells could aid Percutaneous Spine Therapies” http://www.com/view.orthosupersite.healthpointcapital.medpagetoday.html “Surgery not a career-ender for NFL players with cervical disk herniation” http://www.aaos.com/view.com/view.com/research/2008/06/04/combined_with_bmp_adiposeder ived_stem_cells_promote_spinal_fusion_in_animal_model/ SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS 2010 2010 2009 2009 Cervical Spine Research Society AO Spine Foundation Lumbar Spine Research Society Spine Arthroplasty Society .D. Adipose-Derived Stem Cells Promote Spinal Fusion in Animal Model” http://www.aspx?rid=68103 “AAOS: Artificial Turf Injuries Still More Likely in NFL” http://www.

Spanish .Edgar G. Hsu. Dawson UCLA Golf Tournament Champion.Wellington K. 2007 . MD SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS (cont) 2008 2008 2008 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons North American Spine Society Institute of Bionanotechnology in Medicine INTERESTS AND ACTIVITES Golf . 2005 Snowboarding Web Design/Development Languages: Mandarin Chinese.California Orthopaedic Association Golf Tournament Champion.

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